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Заключительная пятаячасть полного описания амуниции, вооружения иуниформыВаффен-CC, принимавших участие в боевых действиях на Восточном фронте. Пятый том исследования продолжает начатое в предыдущих книгах от издательства «Бендер Паблишинг» детальное изучениеуниформы различных подразделений – общевойсковых, танковых, специальных на последнем этапе второй мировой войны. Ваффен СС были одни из лучших корпусовв войсках гитлеровской Германии. На этих элитных солдатах держалась военнаямощь нацизма. Множество цветных планшетов и фотографий с полей сражений. Книга будет полезна историкам, реконструкторам униформы и художникам по костюмам театра и кино.

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S trangely , not only have they failed to eliminate the distinction , they have made it even sharper. This is , I repeat , very strange . The only explanation , in my opinion, is that the criterion whereby one distinguishes EXTREM I S TS AND MODERATES 27 between left and right does not coincide with the one where­ by one distinguishes between left and ri ght within the two camps themselves - that is to say, between the extremist and moderate wings . The fact is that Fascism and communism are mutually exclusive , in spite of their common enemy , democracy , whose rules allow the left and the right to alternate in government .

Laponce s tates only that the horizontal metaphor has never completely eliminated the vertical one . It should be added that it has never eliminated it for the simple rea son that it could never eliminate it . The two metaphors have different descriptive functions , and the total sphere of political rela­ tions is only represented by both together. Another curious and arguable notion is that the leftl right distinction is particularly important in a democracy , 40 T H E C RITER I O N WHICH GOVERNS THE DISTINCTIO N because elections divide t h e competing groups into two opposing camps .

E ven in such a minuscule , lifeless party as the Liberal Party ,2 the leaders have always been divided between a left and a right. The terms 'left ' and ' right' were little used , or used with great care , during the breakup of the Italian communist Party ; but this was due to the fact that only the word ' left ' h a d positive connotations within a p arty which assumed a leading role within the international left-wing movement . Neither of the factions contending for the leadership wo uld willingly have accepted being defined as the right of the party .

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